The Alice Look

Lewis Carroll’s little heroine — and her personal style — will be placed under the fashion spotlight at the Victoria & Albert Museum of Childhood in London starting in May. The exhibition, “The Alice Look,” marks the book’s 150th anniversary, with a focus on Alice’s character and wardrobe. The scope of Alice’s influence will be showcased by multiple examples across many different mediums; from images photographed by Annie Leibovitz for American Vogue and book covers designed by Vivienne Westwood to Liberty’s spring 2015 fabric. A 3-D display of Alice’s outfit made by Josie Smith, a pattern cutter for Roksanda Ilincic, will be on display, along with tons of other objects, artwork and video that reference the iconic fictional female. A conference will be held at the museum on May 9 to discuss how Alice’s old-school style has influenced and continues to influence pop culture today. Mark it on your calendar if you happen to be in London this Spring. The Alice Look” will run from May 2 to Nov. 1 2015. Get more information here    

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